Ableton Live’s Device Series – Part Two: Utility Device
Although it is a very bare bone plugin, it will easily be a large part of your workflow. From the ability to use it for volume automation, phase correction, and stereo imaging of your signal.
I hope the second part of this series opens your eyes to not only its more function based controls, but also the creative possibilities of using it.
Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any questions or feel I may have left something out!
Lastly, apologies on the low level of my voice I did not realize I had the levels so low when creating this tutorial!
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